Vu Filters 75 x 100mm Sion C Soft-Edge Graduated Neutral Density 0.6 and 0.9 Filter Kit (2 and 3 Stops)

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Vu Filters 75 x 100mm Sion C Soft-Edge Graduated Neutral Density 0.6 and 0.9 Filter Kit (2 and 3 Stops)
Key Features
  • For Vu Filters VFH75 Filter Holder
  • Reduce Exposure in Selective Areas
  • Soft-Edge Graduated ND 0.6 Filter
  • Up to 4x Filter Factor, 2 Stops
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This Vu Filters 75 x 100mm Sion C Soft-Edge Graduated Neutral Density Filter Kit from B&H contains two filters that can be used individually or in various combinations to improve the results of your landscape photography by preventing overexposure in specific areas of an image, such as bright skies, while allowing for a normal, unaffected exposure in the other regions of the image.
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Vu Filters SION Overview

This Vu Filters 75 x 100mm Sion C Soft-Edge Graduated Neutral Density Filter Kit from B&H contains two filters that can be used individually or in various combinations to improve the results of your landscape photography by preventing overexposure in specific areas of an image, such as bright skies, while allowing for a normal, unaffected exposure in the other regions of the image.

The included filters both feature a soft-edged line of transition and reduce the amount of light entering a lens by up to two and three stops, respectively. A soft-edged line of transition is particularly useful where the transition between sky and foreground is indeterminate, such as images featuring mist, fog, or the tops of trees. To allow these filters to be placed in front of a lens, a separately available Vu Filters VFH75 75mm Professional Filter Holder or a filter holder system that can accommodate 75mm wide, 2.3mm thick filters is required.

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Do these filters have color shift?

Do these filters have color shift?
Asked by: Allen
Most ND filters will create at least a very small color cast--inexpensive filters are more likely to have a slight color cast, but this is often either not noticeable, or easily fixed.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2019-05-27
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